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May 1, 2018

Podcast: Learn About the Business of Video Games with Brian McGuinness

By Stash Team

Brian McGuinness, host of the Playable Characters podcast, talks about the best and worst moments in gaming.

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Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A, start.

If you know what that means, you probably either played video games as a little kid or love playing them now. (Or you’re just too young to know about old Nintendo shortcut tricks.)

Gaming is a multibillion dollar business. You can live out your medieval viking fantasy, “play” guitar to your favorite songs, or play Candy Crush on your phone. Video games allow us to live out our wild fantasies, step into new worlds, or just have a lot of fun hanging out with your friends .

On this week’s episode, we have Brian McGuinness, the host of Playable Characters podcast. We talk about the best and worst video games of all time and how the business of video games has evolved through the years.


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